A python was caught on camera devouring a crocodile after an epic battle on the shores of an Australian lake.
A toothy, long-nosed skull found in Texas belonged to a swamp monster that lived more than 200 million years ago.
The observed behavior is considered the first convincing evidence of tool use in any reptile.
A newly discovered 'killer jaw' crocodile adds to the growing list of toothy marine crocodiles that flourished during the Age of Dinosaurs.
Not surprisingly, there hasn't been a burglary in 15 years. ->
The toothy beast was a marine crocodile that looked part shark and part sinister dolphin.
The tiny reptile was found wandering in the cargo hold.
The small, pigmented domes that dot their jaws can detect extremely faint motions -- helping them zero-in on their prey.
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